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Televisions must be cable-ready and able to receive at least 80 digital cable channels. "Analog-only" televisions will not work without a signal conversion box. You will also need a working coaxial cable to attach your television to the cable TV connector on the wall jack provided. Have the owner’s manual for your television and a working remote available.
University Housing is pleased to provide our residents with expanded basic cable service within their residence hall room. Click here to see the channel lineups.
The following instructions are generic in nature and are meant to serve only as guidelines. Refer to your TV owner's manual for specific instructions for your model. Note: Your TV must have a built-in Clear-QAM tuner in order to receive channels on ASU’s cable network. Please refer to the technical specifications on your television in order to locate this info. If you are not sure, you can contact the Residential Life Technology Center with your TV’s make and model and a technician will determine whether or not your television will work.
Your TV should now receive all the basic Cable TV channels offered.
The best way to connect your smart TV to the internet is with a wired Ethernet connection. If your TV does not have an Ethernet port, you may connect it to the ‘asu guest’ wireless network by following these steps:
If you live on campus and need technology assistance, please submit an online request for support through your MyASU Service Center. Helpful instructions for submitting a request are detailed below. You can also contact the University Housing Technology Center directly at 480-965-8565 during university business hours.